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Support for New Parents Can Keep Employees Onboard



Having a child is one of life's greatest transitions, even if you've done it before. Returning to work afterward can be a crossroad in an employee's career and life. If employers don't provide enough support during this time, they could lose some of their best talent to an organization that does.

As an example of what is at stake, 23 percent of employees have considered quitting a job due to child care issues, with women three times more likely than men to consider doing so. Those figures come from a January 2019 survey of 518 workers by Workplace Options, an employee services provider.


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